A new “opportunity center” aims to support the more than 30,000 San Antonio youth between 16 and 24 who are not working or in school.
Where a child lives in San Antonio may shape their economic future regardless of whether or not they grew up in a poor household.
In the pilot program, a “wellness coach” will work with LEE’s almost 330 staff members to teach them to identify and respond to students’ problems.
As Bexar County teen pregnancy rates decline, the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District on Tuesday released provisional data showing that pregnancy rates among teen mothers who already have a child remain stubbornly high.
When middle schooler Alex walked up to the judge’s bench with his mother, you could feel the tension between them.
Last year, Garden Valley was served by a South San Antonio ISD bus route. This year, the bus service was eliminated.
The federal government has opted not to renew a $400,000-a-year grant that enables CISSA to prepare South San Antonio High School students for college.
The festival featured a scholarship giveaway to two Communities in Schools students and a cook-off between SAPD Chief McManus and SAFD Chief Hood.
Samantha “Sam” Magna sat with fellow seniors in the library at South San Antonio High School, waiting for a visit from an alumnus.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) partook in a town hall debate focused exclusively on education at the KIPP Cevallos Campus Monday.